lassitude

Part of speech: noun

Disinclination to exertion; languor; debility.

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Usage examples "lassitude":

  1. The lassitude from her New York dissipation was passing away, and her active nature beginning to assert itself again. - "Barriers Burned Away", E. P. Roe.
  2. And now, with the lassitude, the relief from long tension, came a feeling of cold and sickness. - "Franklin Kane", Anne Douglas Sedgwick.
  3. Nor pain, nor lassitude await us there. - "Elegies and Other Small Poems", Matilda Betham.